The London cosmetic clinic offers Vampire hair treatment for all types of hair loss, thin hair and promoting hair growth after hair transplant. All treatment are performed by our experienced cosmetic doctor and plastic surgeon.
The revolutionary Vampire hair is the effective 100% natural hair growth treatment that using Platelet rich plasma (PRP) from patient own blood which contain essential growth factors to promote hair growth to inject into scalp. The result is proven from many research studies.
PRP contains special cells called Platelets and plasma, that can promote growth of the hair follicles by stimulating the cells in the micro-environment of the hair follicle and increase vascularity to hair root. The PRP stimulates inactive or newly implanted hair follicles into an active growth phase. The treatment works best for treating thinning hair, slowing or stopping the progression of hair loss and promoting hair growth after hair transplant.
During your free medical consultation, the specialist doctor will examine and determine that you are a suitable candidates for the treatment. The doctor will then explain the details of the treatment. Complications, after care and answer all questions you may have.
PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is the high concentration of platelet cells in plasma that separated from patient own blood.
Platelets are small cells which circulate in the blood and contains important growth factors such as FGF, PDGF, TGF-ß, EGF, VEGF, IGF that encourage regrowth of blood vessels, cells and tissue.
Plasma contains many factors essential for cell survival including nutrients, vitamins, hormones, electrolytes, growth factors, and proteins.
PRP stimulates and supports hair growth after hair transplant ( Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)) in three main steps:
The procedure involves taking blood from patient’s arm that will be put directly into the specifically prepared PRP tube. The tube will then be processed in the PRP machine ( we use Regen lab and Anthrax Angle PRP machine at the clinic). The PRP is then prepared and activated.
After disinfect treating areas, the doctor will then inject PRP into the effected scalp areas with a very small needle.
As the needle use at our clinic is the smallest size needle ( 34 G), most patient report very minimal discomfort at the scale of 2 out of 10.
Downtime is very minimal. Only mild swelling and tender can be observed for 1-2 days at the treated scalp areas.
It is recommended not to touch or wash or apply anything on the areas for 12 hours to prevent infection.
Please note that 3 to 6 sessions (depending on cases) per year are recommended for obtaining optimal visible results. The gap between each treatment is about 4-6 weeks is recommended.
Hair regrowth started 2 months after PRP treatment and continued up to 10 months. Results showed that a significant increase in the rate of hair growth was observed between the 3rd and 6th months. Hair density followed a rising trend with a remarkable peak at 3 months.
As it is a very natural treatment using your own blood, complications are very minimal. Swelling, bruising are very minimal and infection is very rare.
1 session cost £450.
A course of 3 treatments is £1,195
A course of 6 treatments is £2,295
I’ve been to many clinics over the past 6 years looking for treatment in the face area. Dr Johnson is the only one I feel that actually listens to me, gives me a chance to explain what is bothering me, and does exactly what I’ve asked.
Dr Johnson really is the best. Warm, considerate and most of all LISTENS. Thank you always.
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